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on november 16. patreaus told congress the c.i.a. didn't change the talking points. white house and state said they didn't do it. white house told the news changes were made because they pt didn't want al qaeda tipped off and the director of national intelligence said they made the changes because the al qaeda links were too tenuous. then they said the f.b.i. did it and the morrell said i did say f.b.i. i didn't mean f.b.i. i meant c.i.a. and then panetta said he believed at the time it was a preplanned terrorist atafnlg you can see for people it looks like there's a great deal of confusion there, yes? >> there's always confusion when you have a tragedy of that sort and americans are killed. the bigger, tragedy, though, jon, is we spent all of these months trying to figure out origin of talking points which were cleared at the highest levels of the intelligence community. in my opinion, not enough time doing the service we owe to our fallen colleagues. >> jon: this gets to my point though. this gets to my point. [cheers and applause] i think that's a great point. but this gets to my point. in
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as cia director and yesterday republicans blocked the vote to confirm chuck hagel as secretary of defense. democrats could try to get him confirmed today with a simple majority. >> unfortunately very few things on capitol hill are simple. >>> questions surrounding the crew of a tall ship that sank during hurricane sandy. let you know what crew members are now saying about the captain. >>> plus a gift for a bay area high school where a multimillion dollar contribution is coming from. >>> we're just a week away from the start of spring ball down at cactus league baseball for those world champion giants. today we'll get a sneak peek at all the swag for you hard core fans. >>> another high tech ipo. it's got confetti and everything. >>> and our early spring break is short lived. from mid-70s today to low 50s next week. >>> well, two crew members aboard a tall ship that sank during superstorm sandy will now be testifying before a federal safety panel today. one crew member aboard the hms bounty died and the captain was never found. testimony by others have shown the ship's captain decided to s
.s. on jihadi attacks. lou: they have postponed cia director brennan at least until next week. diane feinstein demanding the white house turnover more details, this is the leading polygaleadnational security i tr to say. >> i think that the administration politically in a little bit of trouble. secretary of defense, on the rope, the plan who'll be cia director, a question there so i think if you look at both of those things together, the administration is having issues. i think they will both be confirmed but you will have a very weakened secretary of defense two has two jobs. he is weakened by a thousand blows, the longer he twists in the wind, the longer people find out things they will find out overdue library books from fifth grade, it will be a cut, cut, i think he will have a lot of trouble doing the job that the presidentments him to do. lou: -- presidentments him to do. lou: waleed, senator feinstein and her colleagues, they are looking at drone strikes against terrorists. they want to understand more about benghazi. at what point in your assessment your judgment,d does the white house
on the president's nominee to run the cia john brennan because they want more information about the administration's drone policy. specifically those rules about drone targeting american citizens. heather? >> peeter doocy. thanks so much. now congress is off to recess. thank you. >> it is 18 minutes after the hour. are you and your parents delaying retirement because you can't simply afford it? up next we have five simple things that you can do to retire on time. i want to hear that one. our government gave 150 million bucks to make batteries? one problem they didn't make a single one. what they did instead really going to make you sick. we will be right back. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the vture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, yoguys! and with double miles you can actually use, you never miss the fun. beard gring contest ango! ♪ i win! what's in wallet? >> 22 minu
series of question by john brennan, pick to lead c.i.a. to who makes a call american can be caused for death. there is a review for various agency as well as president. >> stay on it. >> bret: politicians gamble with other people's money for a living. this one got caught. >> two henly events on the same day that have nothing to do with each other. meteor and the asteroid. next. how do you keep an older car running like new? you ask a ford customer. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much more, $29.95 after $10.00 rebate. if you take care of your car your car will take care of you. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. t
guest knows about this. he's the former cia operative that spent the career turning iranians into spies for the u.s.. joining me now from the foundation of defense of democracy, thanks so much for coming on the show. let me ask you, do you think we've really put a choke on their cash here with this move? >> i think we diminished the ability to turn gold into hard currency or avoid spending hard currency through using gold in a barter system. i don't think it's going to be sufficient to make the iranian regime cry "uncle," i think that's unlikely. melissa: why? what else are they depending on? >> well, they are still selling a lot of oil, and the sanctions that came into play on february 6th are going to make their lives more difficult, locked up currency in places like turkey and korea and japan and india, and they are going to be restricted op what they can use that locked up currency. we're talking billions of dollars here, but the iranians still, you know, have the ability -- they have lots of oil, so even though it's probably been cut by nearly 50% from 18 months ago, we're still ta
went in the cia after i retired from the seals. >> he can be very charming. very engaging. i think he's a typical con man. he present as face that kind of draws you in. >>reporter: but doctors soon became investor in his new venture called global security and logistics. how much money did you give aj. >> 375,000. >>reporter: how about you. >> about the same amount. almost 400,000 dollars. >>reporter: yes. >> he used the money to go after biggest payday of all. part of a 300 million dollar contract with the nation here to provide security for a construction project. dick instance conduct on that trip had the entourage fearing for their lives. that's 7 news at 6:00. see how a scheme begins to unravel when a real safe seal takes him on. the tomorrow at 6. >> remarkable. >>reporter: really is. he's so convincing though. if you hear it now it dent sound possible, right. but it just comes in degrees. start slowly. >> buy in slowly. >>reporter: exactly. >> now he's there. >>reporter: ease become now and all over the world. >> thanks. >>reporter: lacking forward to tomorrow.
in the cia after i retired from the seals. >> he can be very charming. very engaging. i think he's a typical con man. he present as face that kind of draws you in. >>reporter: but doctors soon became investor in his new venture called global security and logistics. how much money did you give aj. >> 375,000. >>reporter: how about you. >> about the same amount. almost 400,000 dollars. >>reporter: yes. >> he used the money to go after biggest payday of all. part of a 300 million dollar contract with the nation here to provide security for a construction project. dick instance conduct on that trip had the entourage fearing for their lives. that's 7 news at 6:00. see how a scheme begins to unravel when a real safe seal takes him on. the tomorrow at 6. >> remarkable. >>reporter: really is. he's so convincing though. if you hear it now it dent sound possible, right. but it just comes in degrees. start slowly. >> buy in slowly. >>reporter: exactly. >> now he's there. >>reporter: ease become now and all over the world. >> thanks. >>reporter: lacking forward to tomorrow. >> okay. tu
asked what is your become ground and he said well, i'm actually a navy seal then i went in the cia after i retired from the seals. >> he can be very charming. very engaging. i think he's a typical con man. he present as face that kind of draws you in. >>reporter: but doctors soon became investor in his new venture called global security and logistics. how much money did you give aj. >> 375,000. >>reporter: how about you. >> about the same amount. almost 400,000 dollars. >>reporter: yes. >> he used the money to go after biggest payday of all. part of a 300 million dollar contract with the nation here to provide security for a construction project. dick instance conduct on that trip had the entourage fearing for their lives. that's 7 news at 6:00. see how a scheme begins to unravel when a real safe seal takes him on. the tomorrow at 6. >> remarkable. >>reporter: really is. he's so convincing though. if you hear it now it dent sound possible, right. but it just comes in degrees. start slowly. >> buy in slowly. >>reporter: exactly. >> now he's there. >>reporter: ease become
february 24th. meanwhile also delaying a vote to confirm john brennan to head the cia. dianne feinstein postponed the vote saying she wants more details on the white house drone program. despite the setbacks the expectation is that both the nominations will eventually go through. >>> another big story following tonight the meteor explosion. the dramatic video right there from russia moments after fragments from a meteor crashed onto a quiet street. the meteor even left a thick trail of smoke in the sky. really it's worth going down a rabbit hole on youtube. i mean russia is covered with dashcam cameras all over the place and there's video over where of this ting -- everywhere of this thing. an amazing event and also destruct specific the explosion ironically on the same day as the asteroid buzzing by berth. it has ohm -- earth. it has people wondering what's going on. bob barnard went to find some experts. >> they are not related and as you said in this day and age when nearly everybody everywhere has a smart phone and more and more cars and trucks have dashboard cameras we can see from
recommend the office, because it doesn't include the department of defense, cia, the fbi, most importantly local and state officials. the question really before the committee is, as the strategic plan included enough to be able to really secure the homeland? i pointed to issues. al qaeda has said in a public statement that the goal is to collapse the economy of the united states. that's what i have said. and i think that the committee has to remember that within the context that if we waste money or carry out an ineffective program, that draws too much money unnecessarily, they we're actually turning out the mission of al qaeda. that's why this committee's work is so important. and cycling i want to point to the issue of drug traffic on our southern border. precisive as the ranking member did. this is a serious danger to the united states and remain so and is growing. the cartels are extremely vicious. they threaten members of the constituency, not only in the southern border but across the united states. the young people who are really becoming addicted, and this is not a voluntary matter
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senator chuck hagel as our next secretary of defense. and brennaman as the head of the c.i.a. in a new t.v. add for the n.r.a., a gun owner is a proclaimed proud defender of the second amendment. >> after the nra's disgusting response, i've had enough. you take money from the n.r.a. and then continue to do their bidding, we're going to remember that come election time. >> move on is running a separate add targeting senator rob portman of ohio. the senator said he could get behind some gun safety legislative proposals but hasn't made a public commitment to any of them yet. we're back. stay with us. billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz. to find reelz in your area, go to reelz.com [ male announcer ] start with a groundbreaking car. good. then invent an entirely new way to buy one. no. no. no. yes! a website that works like a wedding registry. but for a car. first, you customize it. then let people sponsor the car's parts as gifts. dad sponsors the engine for your birthday. grandma sponsors the rims for graduation. the car gets funded. then y
to ruin it if you haven't seen it, seven c.i.a. employees were killed. i went out to the memorial service in my congressional district at langley where i watched the young kids, one little kid had a blazer on and khakis and i watched them come in. the team that replaced the team that was killed, were at a pay freeze for three years. the agent who stopped that young boy from being killed down in alabama, just rounded up a taliban terrorist in california, pay raise. no, freeze for three years. over the last five years one i.c.e. agent killed, one secret service agent killed, three a.t.f. agents killed, one d.e.a. agent killed, two u.s. marshals killed, air traffic controller to put the safety for my family and your family and our constituents as they fly through the sky, the n.i.h. my family has been devastated my cancer. my father died at cancer. my mother died of cancer and it's impacted on my family. dr. collins, who mapped the human genome system that will save many of you and your lives and your sons and daughters because of basically following that system, working on liver cancer, pro
to moscow to help his elusive son, jack. but he doesn't know jack is actually a c-i-a operative tsks working to stop a nuclear the if i think from a brick as is not so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive. weapons heist. the fifth installment in the "die hard" franchise is rated r. just in time for valentine's day, nicholas sparks' novel, "safe haven," is coming to the big screen. a young woman, played by julianne hough,starts a new life in a small north carolina town. she reluctantly falls for a widower, who helps her confront her mysterious past. "safe haven" is rated pg-13. a different sort of romance is also in theaters this weekend. in "beautiful creatures," ethan falls for lena, a newcomer to his small town. but she faces a history of family secrets and a curse looming ahea
, on that. expect more questions, chris u when joan brennan, the cia director nominee comes forward. it's a tool -- >> what do they still want to know about benghazi that can be used for this decision to hold up this confirmation? what do they still want to know? >> they want to know the name of the person that changed the talking points that were circulated and inclouded the description of the video when the secretary of defense and the joint chiefs chair both knew, almost stantly, that it was terrorism. media, while many in the public think this issue is over and done with, that the families want to know and that they need to have more information so that conduct of any administration will be aware of the power of oversight from the senate. and they think that will change how people react and decisions they will make. that's the argument they laid out. they said it is not personal, but it is a tool to get information. they believe it was successful in getting the hearing and the letter they wanted. >> thank you, kelly o'donnell, for that report. great to have you on tonight. big news
would put a hold on hagel and on john brennas nonati as c.i.a. director, until he gets more answers from the white house about the september attack in benghazi, libya. in a statement today, white house spokesman josh earnest reaffirmed president obama's support for hagel. and said: late today, reid forced a vote on breaking the fillibuster. the current defense secretary leon panetta who'd been due to leave his post today has said he will stay on until his successor is confirmed. and, at a ceremony honoring for and late today the president said it was unfortunate to have politics intrude while he's still presiding over a war in afghanistan. to help us understand the implications, the politics and what's next, we turn to pentagon reporter mark thompson of "time" magazine. and todd zwillich of public radio international's "the takeaway." welcome ckgelemen,odd, begin with you. decode for us what happened today. i mean, the republicans told harry reid they had the votes to block the nomination-- block consideration of the nomination, yet he forced it to a vote in the amp anyway. why? >> he di
. but in any case, you're not going to have a cia director either until after the recess. >> if chuck hagel ultimately ends up confirmed, and that was part of the white house statement today saying listen, he has majority support, he got 58 votes on the cloture vote today, which implies he is going to be confirmed, if they ever allow a vote. once we get defense secretary chuck hagel, what does what we just went through mean for what the relationship's going to be like between congress and the pentagon? congress and the pentagon are a little bit at each other's throats right now anyway because of the negotiations around the sequester and how the pentagon budget is going to proceed not only over this next year but over the next few years. what's it going to mean between congress and the pentagon once chuck hagel's in charge after they made him go through this? >> well, if the president thought that by having a republican in the cabinet at the pentagon he was going to buy any kind of loyalty or relationship with republican senators, he can think again about that. because this simply isn't happ
at the advisory panel did not initially recommend the office. it does not include the department of defense, cia, fbi, and most importantly local and state officials. the question before the committee is has the strategic plan included enough to be able to secure the border beyond the homeland? i point to two issues. al qaeda has said that their goal is to collapse the economy of the united states. i think the committee have to remember that within the context that if we waste money or carry out an end -- carry out an ineffective program that trust to much money, we actually carry out the mission of al qaeda. secondly i want to point to the issue of draft -- issue of drug trafficking. this is a serious danger to the united states and remains so. the cartel are extremely vicious, they threaten members of the constituency not only in the southern border but across the united states. the young people who are becoming addicted -- this is not a voluntary matter. this is involuntary. young people's lives are being destroyed. the border issues and issues of cooperation with our allies and our law enfor
is not such a loser but a high level operative for the c.i.a. involving a very, very delicate operation. >> that sounds like a pretty interesting story line. so why are the critics hating it literally? they're saying time to call it a day. >> mostly because although it's watchable, it's like an ugly dog. it's so ugly it's pretty. it's outrageously absurd that you're just entertained. >> in 1988, there was a classic. diehard was a classic and it was relatable is what i hear from the critics and he became this action movie star but now it's just become unrelatable. >> perhaps. i think there's some of that and i think that perhaps bruce willis as good as he looks, i think -- [ inaudible ] there. was not a lot of material in the dialogue. the narrative is using the excuse of the family issue -- they were out of ideas in the states and now we'll put you in russia. it is not as interesting as it could have been. the circumstances are so absurd that you cannot believe it but i found it entertaining. you do not go to this franchise to see shakespeare. i guarantee you it's going to open strong a
and then the chief of staff and was recruited back by president obama to be the head of the cia and then the defense secretary. and yesterday, talking about leaving, he had a hard time telling the staff at the pent pentagon what it meant to him. kind of cracked up a little bit. >> i have a hard time. i got my office is packed up. sylvia is packing at home. i am ready to go. it's like, all right. loose as a goose. >> upse that hagel can't come in and take over right now. he's got one foot out the door. >> office is packed up. house is all palked up. lives on the hill. >> what a career? incredible career. >> that resume doesn't suck. >> no. he was i think maybe 15 years in congress, budget director for the president, white house chief of staff. rears and comes back, head of the cia, head of the defense department. >> you never get board. >> we could never convince leon to run for governor of california. he would have made a great governor. still time, sylvia might say not so fast. tim mac from politico joining us a little bit later. we learned a lot a
's also another issue with john brennan. do you think he should be the next cia director? >> well i think that's another issue and another position that is, you know, everybody's a little bit fuzzy on right now. i think you need to have more questions be answered on his nomination as well. so we'll see. bill: it appears the questions on brennan go directly to the u.s. policy on drones. we had rand paul on yesterday, the senator from kentucky. he is adamant that he will not allow brennan to go forward unless he answers a simple question. and that is, whether or not it is u.s. policy and u.s. law to use a drone over american skies and target americans here at home. what is your view on that? >> well, bottom line, i think senator paul has every right to have his questions answered. you're putting someone in a position in the cia that obviously is going to be making decisions that affect everyday americans not only here but abroad. he has that right to have those questions answered. we need to have a full disclosure from the administration as to what the policy is going to be. listen, i don't
his team in place. up in the area, the future of the president's nominees for defense secretary. cia director and treasury secretary, tim geithner, already left the job. the choice that's gotten the most attention is the president's pick for defense. former senator chuck hagel. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> hagel lost one vote in the senate and his next chance for a do-over is one week away. the longer he hangs out there is the more problems that they have. >> there's a lot of ill-will towards senator hagel because when he was a republican he attacked president bush mercilessly. >> reporter: also in limbo is the president's pick for cia director, john brennan. the president said this -- >> there has never been a drone used on an american citizen on american soil. >> reporter: that critics warned might hold up brennan over something else. the talking points that led administration officials to say that the attack in benghazi was sparked by a protest. >> when brennan comes before the congress, we're going to find out who changed those talking points or died trying. >> repo
a pay increase to d.e.a. agents on the borders, to the c.i.a. agents who track down osama bin laden. this is a rotten, rotten thing to do. for what? to score some political -- >> this is a rotten thing to do. we are not reducing the deficit at all. we need to save at the american taxpayers' money -- the bottom line is, this is a cheap political stunt. the victims here are working people. none of them should be surprised, because this is the republican signature issue -- ago after working people. want to balance the budget? punish working people. want to find this or that? ago after working people. enough. enough of this war against our working families. mr. speaker, what is frustrating is that here we are debating a bill that is really going nowhere, that is about a press release. my republicans will go on vacation tomorrow. it will not be back for a week. and we will have four legislative days left to deal with sequestration. on march 4, all of these across- the-board cuts will go into play. guess what? we will lose 750,000 jobs. that is not my estimate. that is what the head of om
so effective. in my pastoral as the cia director, she was someone who understood the importance of intelligence and intelligence operations. understood the importance of doing everything to be able to go after those who attacked our country on 9/11. as a senator, she saw the terror of that moment firsthand. you know, she had never lost sight of the fact that we had to go after those who attacked us on 9/11 and use every capability that we have. she was always there supporting our mission and operations, and i appreciate that support. particularly during the bin laden operation. they there is a movie out on us. the guy who plays me is not quite right. [laughter] i mean, my preference would have been someone else. [laughter] but the truth -- i've been asked about that. the fact is that i lived through that operation. there is no way you can take 10 years of all the work that has been done, even in the last four years or two years after that operation i was involved with. there is no way you can take that and put it into a two-hour movie. the fact is there was a tremendous amount o
administration's drone policy causing concern over john brennan's nomination to be the next c.i.a. director. he's not confirmed yet. >> steve: meanwhile, he first banned large sodas. now he wants to ban styrofoam. but pot? that's okay? new york city mayor announcing that anybody stopped with a, quote, small amount of marijuana will no longer have to spend the night in the jail. they will instead be given a violation and not a misdemeanor. bloomberg says he supports governor andrew cuomo's plan to decriminalize pot possession if it's under 15-grams. >> brian: the governor should legalize fracking. >> steve: the town is going to pot. >> alisyn: virginia couple who work for the government are $217 million richer this morning. dave and nancy honeywell, the sole winner of the powerball jackpot. dave brought it at the richmond airport and once he found out he won, he was worried how he was gog get the ticket safely home. >> in minneapolis, i found this wallet that you put on your arm. i used it before for traveling overseas. i put it inside my long sleeves or whatever and put the ticket in there. but
at the cia. jack lew is undergoing questioning now and getting roughed up a bit. and right now his nomination may or may not be held up. what's the republican end game here? it's just not good for the national party brand. >> no, i don't think it is good, joe. and you've seen all this up close before. i think this is just a moment of leverage here. i mean, look. the president's got leverage on his domestic agenda right now. he's used his leverage after the election on taxes. you know, this is some leverage that republicans have to get some questions answered, to send some messages, to fire some shots across the bow. they're doing that. the white house is listening, by the way. it's mostly vice president biden who's talking to some of these more recalcitrant republicans and making sure they get what they need so they can get some of this stuff behind them. issues like benghazi. you know, i don't think there's any real issue with lew. as you know on the brennan matter, i mean, rand paul is kind of off in his own silo, if you will. i don't think he's got a great deal of support, you know, in ter
of all, when leon panetta was nominated to be the cia director, i talked to a number of forced personnel in various parts of the world and they were concerned because he didn't have a background in intelligence and i said my eighth response was anyone who has been chief of staff to the president of the united states can handle anyone in the united states government, and of course he went on to prove that because so much so for his next position he was confirmed 100 to nothing in the secretary of defense and therefore it is by way of saying obviously our support your nomination. you handled the job of chief of staff very well. and the other thing i wanted to say is there was a problem when you were the chief of staff in that omb was continuing to try to run this country's space program, and i went to you and you started to massage and perhaps is the best way that the nasa administrator scot to run the space program without the omb folks saying you do this, you do that pursuant to directives given in the act which senator rockefeller chairs the commerce committee. and i want to thank you f
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